We provide comprehensive Civil Engineering services for land development in commercial, municipal, multi-family, and residential settings.
From one-lot commercial developments to multi-million master-planned communities, AEC Engineering, LLC is heavily involved in the following services:
We can take on a project from a development concept, plan, and carry out the necessary studies to start development off on the right track. We also offer:
Land development and feasibility studies
Residential and Commercial subdivisions
Site plan design
Subdivision plat development
TxDOT utility permitting and entrance permit acquisition
Building permit acquisition and assistance
AEC Engineering, LLC. has years of experience in the development of engineering topographic surveys and site development, including services such as:
Construction management and bid acquisitions
Construction layout and staking
As-Built plans and surveys
FEMA elevation certificates
Site grading and drainage plans
We plan, design, and oversee the installation of utilities such as sewer and stormwater drains, as well as other treatment systems. As part of our services, we can also conduct:
Hydraulic and hydrologic studies
Drainage reports and calculations
On-site sanitary sewer facility (OSSF) design
Sanitary sewer collection system design
Storm sewer collection system design
Stormwater pollution preventions plans (SW3P)
Water and wastewater treatment design
Composite elevated storage tanks
Sanitary sewer lift stations
Environmental & Agricultural
AEC Engineering LLC. helps you help the environment.
We help our clients obtain the best use of their land, resources, and potential developments. Whether determining the environmental impact of a project or preparing a tract of land for agricultural projects, AEC Engineering, LLC. can give you information about your project that you need to minimize your environmental footprint.
Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessments
Underground Storage Tank Investigations and Remediation Plans
Environmental Field Monitoring Services
Industrial and Commercial Air Permitting
Air Emission Inventory and Control Plans
Due Diligence Audits
Section 404 “Wetland” Permitting
Soil, Groundwater, and Drinking Water Testing
EPA Spill Prevention Countermeasure and Control Plan (SPCC)
Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SW3P) Development, Permitting, and Implementation
Concrete Ready Mix Batch Plant Permits
Sludge Application Permits for Water Treatment Plant Sludge
Botanical and Biological Assessments and Inventories
Nutrient Demand Studies and Management Planning
Land Application of Solid Waste
Water Quality/Runoff Mitigation
Soil Erosion Mitigation/Stabilization
Fumigation Chamber Design and Permitting
Agricultural Air Permitting
Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations (CAFOs)
Water Management Plan
Irrigation System Design and Construction Management
National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Permitting
We Offer Asbestos Consulting Services across the state of Texas. Our License number is #100517
The word asbestos comes from the Greek word meaning “inextinguishable” or “indestructible”. Asbestos was once used as a fire-proofing material in almost every building. Prolonged inhalation of asbestos fibers may cause serious and often fatal illnesses including lung cancer, asbestosis, and mesothelioma. In Texas, the mission of the Asbestos Program is to protect and promote the physical and environmental health of the public.
For safety purposes and regulatory compliance, you need an asbestos survey done before you start a renovation or demolition of a public building. AEC Engineering, LLC. can survey public and residential buildings for the presence of asbestos and help you plan a safe method for the removal of asbestos.
Our Services Include
Asbestos Management Planning
Asbestos Air Sampling
Personnel Air Monitoring
Project Specifications and Management
Bulk and Air Sampling for Demolition and Renovation Activities
OSHA Compliance Monitoring
Asbestos Pipe Remediation and Management
State/City Permitting Assistance
The Texas Department of State Health Services has all of the information you need to know about Asbestos.
Per the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) all suspect Asbestos Containing Materials (ACM) are presumed to contain asbestos until proven otherwise. What is suspect ACM?
Thermal System Insulation (TSI)
Surfacing Materials such as spray applied to fireproof, joint compound, wall texturing, and other trowel or spray applied materials.
Miscellaneous materials like mastics, asphaltic compounds, resilient floor coverings, roofing materials, ceiling, and acoustical tiles, and refractory materials, and other cementitious materials.
Texas Senate Bill 509 requires municipalities to verify that an asbestos survey has been conducted prior to issuing renovation or demolition permits for public or commercial buildings, and affects renovation and demolition permits for public or commercial buildings issued by municipalities on or after January 1, 2002.
Municipalities in Texas are obligated by law to verify an asbestos survey (commonly, even though not accurate called asbestos inspections) is performed before issuance of demolition or renovation permit. Municipalities are not required to obtain proof of appropriate management of any identified asbestos-containing materials in a building; as this responsibility is held by the property owner.
The Texas Asbestos Health Protection Rules and Federal asbestos regulations apply to renovation and demolition regardless of the results of the survey or the issuance of a building permit.
We have been involved with thousands of asbestos surveys throughout the state of Texas and we have managed hundreds of asbestos abatement projects. We ensure the asbestos surveys are done in accordance with Texas Asbestos Health Protection Rules (TAHPR) and the National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAP).
In Texas, the asbestos program is regulated through the Texas Department of State Health Services.
Contrary to popular belief, asbestos is not banned in the United States. In 1989 a ruling issued by the EPA banning most ACM products was overturned by the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans 1991. This was mostly by pressure from the asbestos industry. Although it is still legal and it appears in many building and common household products, asbestos use has declined considerably in the US with the last asbestos mine closing in the US in 2002.